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Dec 31, 2012 12:00pm PST
system coming in is falling apart. it's splitting losing its shear, losing some of its energy. now, disregard this 59 in livermore. the thermometer went bad about 6:00 this morning. but 40s everywhere else. i've seen not far away about 45. 46 antioch, 48 fairfield. they were down to 29 this morning, so was napa and santa rosa. a lot of 30s. right at 50 or upper 40s. 6 below in tahoe. now a balmy 29. 42 in ukiah. it was 28 this morning. a lot of 20s including clearlake. i doubt there's any shower activity up in the northern part of the state. but that's really the extent it because most of this is heading down to southern california. in fact, we'll get some clouds but overall, the clouds will be sliding south. as it goes south and splits it takes away some of its energy. still kind of chilly, below average temperatures. cloud cover will be in later. sunny here, a little bit of increasing clouds. mostly sunny, partly cloudy. not much of a breeze. still chilly temperatures with upper 40s and very low 50s. a little warmer by the bay. not a lot. just a little bit. it does look like the
Jan 3, 2013 12:00pm PST
people without health energy. >>> the first few days of the new year have been cold ones with chilly temperatures across the bay area overnight and early this morning. so when will we see a warmup? steve paulson will have that coming up. >>> the weather may be chilly. it's been dry. earlier rainfalls created a potential local emergency in east palo alto. ktvu has been following the situation since december 23rd. that's when flooding damaged homes on daphne way. ktvu's brian flores is there live to let us know what's happening there today. >> reporter: good afternoon, tori. it's been several days since the last imagine poor rain storm. as we take a look, the water levels are pretty normal. don't let that -- familiar you. there's a lot of damage and now the city and county are asking for the state's help. with sandbags on the ready, some residents are frustrated that local officials have not done enough for the next big rain storm. >> we have the flood in '98. they say they are gonna fix it. it's still the same. we're concerned about that. >> reporter: that's because along the creek, m
Dec 26, 2012 12:00pm PST
. instead they want to put them to good use, eventually turning them into renewable energy. this is the demonstration just about an hour ago here outside city hall as workers put a couple dozen trees in to the chipper. crews from the recycling contractor will begin collecting people's old trees starting next week. workers expect in the end to recycle more than 500-tons of trees. the manager said all of those wood chips can be burned. the heat turns the generator and creates power. when you put your old tree out on the curb for pick up make sure to take everything off it. >> if the lights and ornaments still on it we can't put it in the chipper, it'll contaminate the load, ruin the product. if it's not stripped of all those things that will go into the trash and to the landfill. we don't want that. >> reporter: if you live in san francisco, you can pit your tree out on the curb starting next wednesday, january 2nd, put it out onto normal collection day next to the trash bin and the folks will come by and grab it. the program will go for two weeks and there is no charge. >> tornados in th
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